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This assignment requires you to compile an Annotated Bibliography of 40 entries (twice as many is ideal!), 85% of which must be from the past five years. Each annotated entry must concisely summarize key aspects of a study—participants, purpose, research design and methods, data analysis, key findings—and include a thoughtful evaluation of the significance of the study’s findings and conclusions as they relate to your topic. In order to write quality entries, you must understand each study—what the researchers did, why they did it, and what they found and concluded. Be sure you paraphrase all content, following Northcentral Academic Integrity guidelines to insure that your work is your own. Here is a familiar example:



(Just so you know how much literature to read, but not necessarily include, in your Proposal Literature Review: You will need to exhaust the literature, which means you must keep reviewing articles until you reach saturation and are no longer learning anything new.)

All of the entries should be relevant to your goal of developing a research problem that contributes to theory in a topic area and to designing a study that addresses the problem. Organize the entries thematically into roughly the following categories:

  • Seminal Articles
  • Theory
  • Issues and Debates
  • Key Findings
  • Designs

You will probably want to add categories specific to your topic area, and you may modify the recommended categories to organize the entries in a way that makes most sense. Be sure to include works that provide alternate or opposing perspectives on the proposed topic area in order to demonstrate unbiased research. Focus particularly on works that address main ideas in the field, describe areas of controversy, and indicate areas of incomplete knowledge and relate to your envisioned study’s problem, purpose, and research questions. It may be helpful to create a spreadsheet of the studies in your topic area, which includes, among other things, the constructs studied, how the constructs were operationalized, and the findings. Sometimes having the summary information all viewable at one time helps identify a problem. Include historical and germinal works as well as current works.

Your goal in this assignment is to identify all of the peer-reviewed papers you will need to do subsequent assignments in this course and all or almost all you need to write your Prospectus in your first DIS course (you will check for new articles on your topic before finalizing your Prospectus.

The Northcentral Library Resources on the Research Process gives excellence guidance on conducting library research for a literature review.

Hint: Don’t neglect dissertations and theses. They often have excellent reference lists.

This bibliography will become the Appendix to your Concept Paper. It will support your problem statement and literature review. It will provide you with models and ideas for the design of your study. Do not rush this assignment. Ensure that the entries you have used previously are still relevant and are written to standard.

Important Suggestion: Read through the remaining activities in this course and take notes toward completing them as you are reviewing articles and compiling your Bibliography. If you do this assignment well, the rest of the assignments in this section will almost write themselves!

You instructor may ask you to add, delete, or rewrite entries and resubmit this assignment. If you have questions about the appropriateness of an article, check with your instructor. If you are unsure of how to write an entry, submit a single entry for review before doing the assignment.). Submit a paper comprised of at least 40 annotated bibliography entries.

Length: 150-250 words per entry

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1. Employee Turnover in International Brand Hotels in Russia: A Comparison of Nationals and Foreign Nationals. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Dusek, Gary A.; Clarke, Ruth; Yurova, Yuliya; Ruppel, Cynthia P.. Journal of East-West Business, JanMar2016, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p51-75, 25p, 3 Diagrams, 5 Charts. Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: LABOR turnover; HOTELS -- Russia; JOB security 2. Firm Dynamics, Job Turnover, and Wage Distributions in an Open Economy†. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Coşar, A. Kerem; Guner, Nezih; Tybout, James. American Economic Review, Mar2016, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p625-663, 39p, 2 Diagrams, 4 Charts, 3 Graphs. Publisher: American Economic Association., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: Other federal government public administration; LATIN America -- Economic conditions; LABOR market -- Latin America; WAGES; LABOR turnover; INTERNATIONAL economic integration; JOB security; INCOME distribution; TARIFF 3. A moderated mediation model of job stress, job satisfaction, and turnover intention for airport security screeners Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Chung, Eun Kyoung; Jung, Yeseul; Sohn, Young Woo. In Safety Science. October 2017 98:89-97 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.ssci.2017.06.005, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 4. Multilevel model of management support and casino employee turnover intention Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Li, Jun (Justin); Kim, Woo Gon; Zhao, Xinyuan (Roy). In Tourism Management. April 2017 59:193-204 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.tourman.2016.08.006, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 5. Multinational Companies’ Human Resource Management Practices’ and their Organizational Culture Impact on Employees’ Loyalty: Case of Japanese Multinational Company in Morocco Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Aljayi, Yassine; Fjer, Ahmed; Guennioui, Malak; Tamek, Ahmed. In 3rd International Conference on New Challenges in Management and Business: Organization and Leadership, 2 May 2016, Dubai, UAE, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 12 September 2016 230:204-211 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2016.09.026, Database: ScienceDirect 6. The Impact of Human Resource Management Practices on Employee Turnover Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Ozolina-Ozola, Iveta. In 19th International Scientific Conference "Economics and Management 2014 (ICEM-2014)", Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 26 November 2014 156:223-226 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.11.178, Database: ScienceDirect 7. An Old Debate in a New Setting: In-House Versus Outsourced Security Staff in the Context of International Organizations. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Marin, Constantin. Journal of Applied Security Research, 2013, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p510-550, 41p. Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: Foreign affairs; Security Guards and Patrol Services; CONTRACTING out -- Research; SECURITY personnel; INTERNATIONAL agencies; SECURITY management; INDUSTRIAL procurement 8. Linking Procedural Justice with Employees Work Outcomes in China: The Mediating Role of Job Security. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Wang, Hongchun; Liu, Xue; Luo, Haibin; Ma, Bing; Liu, Shanshi. Social Indicators Research, Jan2016, Vol. 125 Issue 1, p77-88, 12p, 2 Diagrams, 2 Charts. Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media B.V.., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: PROCEDURAL justice; JOB security; EMPLOYEE attitudes; LABOR turnover; OUTCOME assessment (Social services); JOB satisfaction 9. One hundred years of employee turnover theory and research. Full Text Available Academic Journal Hom, Peter W.; Lee, Thomas W.; Shaw, Jason D.; Hausknecht, John P.; Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol 102(3), Mar, 2017 Special Issue: Journal of Applied Psychology Centennial Special Issue. pp. 530-545. Publisher: American Psychological Association; [Journal Article], Database: PsycARTICLES Subjects: Employee Turnover; History; Theories; Human Resource Management HTML Full Text PDF Full Text (448.7KB) 10. Security staff turnover: a positive and a negative. Full Text Available Academic Journal Colling, Russell; Journal of Healthcare Protection Management, 2015; 31(2): 115-118. 4p. (journal article) ISSN: 0891-7930 PMID: 26411060, Database: CINAHL Complete Subjects: Personnel Turnover; Safety PDF Full Text 11. JOB INSECURITY AND TURNOVER INTENTION: ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AS MEDIATOR. Full Text Available Academic Journal SANG HYUN LEE; DAE YONG JEONG, Social Behavior & Personality: an international journal 2017, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p529 (English Abstract Available), Database: SPORTDiscus with Full Text Subjects: JOB security; TURNOVER (Business); ORGANIZATIONAL commitment; SOCIAL exchange; ORGANIZATIONAL behavior PDF Full Text (219KB) 12. Staff turnover in hotels: Exploring the quadratic and linear relationships Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Mohsin, Asad; Lengler, Jorge; Aguzzoli, Roberta. In Tourism Management. December 2015 51:35-48 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.tourman.2015.04.005, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 13. Do Employees Leave Just Because They Can? Examining the Perceived Employability-Turnover Intentions Relationship. Detail Only Available Academic Journal Acikgoz, Yalcin; Canan Sumer, H.; Sumer, Nebi, Journal of Psychology 2016, Vol. 150 Issue 5, p666 (English Abstract Available), Database: SPORTDiscus with Full Text Subjects: EMPLOYABILITY; LABOR turnover; EMPLOYMENT tenure; JOB security; ORGANIZATIONAL commitment; JOB satisfaction; EMPLOYEE retention 14. Exploring the Association between Different Types of Social Support with Role Stress, Work–family Conflict, and Turnover Intent among Private Prison Staff. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Lambert, Eric G.; Hogan, Nancy L.; Keena, Linda D.; Williamson, Lorri; Kim, Bitna. Journal of Applied Security Research, Apr-Jun2017, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p203-223, 21p. Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: Security Guards and Patrol Services; Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths); Other Individual and Family Services; PRIVATE police; PRIVATE security services; SOCIAL support 15. Security officers' attitudes towards training and their work environment. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Cobbina, Jennifer E; Nalla, Mahesh K; Bender, Kimberly A. Security Journal, Jul2016, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p385-399, 15p. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: Police Protection; Other Justice, Public Order, and Safety Activities; Security Guards and Patrol Services; SECURITY personnel -- Training of; EMPLOYMENT (Economic theory); WORK environment; LAW enforcement; PUBLIC law 16. Environmental factors and job satisfaction: The case of private security guards. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Nalla, Mahesh K; Cobbina, Jennifer E. Security Journal, Jan2017, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p215-226, 12p. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: Security Guards and Patrol Services; Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths); JOB satisfaction; PRIVATE security services; PRIVATE police 17. A meta-analysis of the correlates of turnover intent in criminal justice organizations: Does agency type matter? Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Matz, Adam K.; Woo, Youngki; Kim, Bitna. In Journal of Criminal Justice. May-June 2014 42(3):233243 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2014.02.004, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 18. Determinants of police job satisfaction: Does community matter? Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Jo, Youngoh; Shim, Hee S.. In International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice. June 2015 43(2):235251 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijlcj.2014.09.002, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 19. Factors Associated with Turnover Decision Making Among Juvenile Justice Employees: Comparing Correctional and Non-Correctional Staff. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Mikytuck, Alyssa M.; Cleary, Hayley M. D.. Journal of Juvenile Justice, Fall2016, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p50-67, 18p. Publisher: CSR Incorporated., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: TURNOVER (Business); DECISION making; JOB satisfaction; JUVENILE justice administration; QUALITATIVE research; COMPARATIVE studies 20. Senior police officers' perspectives on private security: sceptics, pragmatists and embracers. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Gill, Martin. Policing & Society, May2015, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p276-293, 18p. Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: Municipal police services; Provincial police services; Federal police services; Police Protection; Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths); Security Guards and Patrol Services; POLICE; COMMODIFICATION; PRIVATE security services; PRAGMATISM; POLICE social work 21. Is retention necessarily a win? Outcomes of searching and staying Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Boswell, Wendy R.; Gardner, Richard G.; Wang, Jiexin. In Journal of Vocational Behavior. February 2017 98:163-172 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvb.2016.11.006, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 22. A sequential choice perspective of postdecision regret and counterfactual thinking in voluntary turnover decisions Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Lee, Hwanwoo; Sturm, Rachel E.. In Journal of Vocational Behavior. April 2017 99:11-23 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvb.2016.12.003, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 23. Workplace Characteristics and Turnover Intention: Mediating Role of Emotional Exhaustion Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Arshadi, Nasrin; Shahbazi, Fateme. In The 3rd World Conference on Psychology, Counseling and Guidance, WCPCG-2012, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 9 July 2013 84:640-645 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.618, Database: ScienceDirect 24. Employees' satisfaction with retention factors: Exploring the role of career adaptability Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Coetzee, Melinde; Stoltz, Elleen. In Journal of Vocational Behavior. August 2015 89:83-91 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvb.2015.04.012, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 25. Linking HRM Practices and Institutional Setting to Collective Turnover: An Empirical Exploration. Full Text Available Academic Journal By: Van Dierendonck, Dirk; Lankester, Arthur; Zmyslona, Maria; Rothweiler, Hans. Administrative Sciences (2076-3387). Dec2016, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p1-17. 17p. DOI: 10.3390/admsci6040018. , Database: Business Source Complete Subjects: Personnel management; Labor turnover; Socioeconomic factors; Employee retention; Organizational performance; Administration of Human Resource Programs (except Education, Public Health, and Veterans' Affairs Programs); Human Resources Consulting Services PDF Full Text (1.7MB) 26. The relationship between employees' perceptions of human resource management and their retention: From the viewpoint of attitudes toward job-specialties. Full Text Available Academic Journal Yamamoto, Hiroshi; The International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol 24(4), Feb, 2013 pp. 747-767. Publisher: Taylor & Francis; [Journal Article], Database: PsycINFO Subjects: Employee Attitudes; Employee Turnover; Retention; Work (Attitudes Toward); Human Resource Management; Adulthood (18 yrs & older); Male; Female Show all 11 images Show fewer images Show fewer images PDF Full Text 27. Employee retention and turnover: Using motivational variables as a panacea Detail Only Available Academic Journal Samuel, MO; Chipunza, C. AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT; SEP, 2009; 3; 9; p410-p415, Database: Social Sciences Citation Index Subjects: Employee; retention; turnover; motivation; intrinsic; extrinsic; MANAGEMENT Times Cited in Web of Science℠: (11) 28. Effects of corporate social responsibility and internal marketing on organizational commitment and turnover intentions Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Kim, Jungsun (Sunny); Song, Hak Jun; Lee, Choong-Ki. In International Journal of Hospitality Management. May 2016 55:25-32 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhm.2016.02.007, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 29. Integration of family-owned business succession with turnover and life cycle models: Development of a successor retention process model Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Griffeth, Rodger W.; Allen, David G.; Barrett, Rowena. In Exploring the Intersection of HRM and Entrepreneurship , Human Resource Management Review. 2006 16(4):490-507 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.hrmr.2006.08.006, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 30. Original scientific article: A Review of Trends in Attrition Rates for Surgical Faculty: A Case for a Sustainable Retention Strategy to Cope with Demographic and Economic Realities Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Satiani, Bhagwan; Williams, Thomas E.; Brod, Heather; Way, David P.; Ellison, E. Christopher. In Journal of the American College of Surgeons. May 2013 216(5):944-953 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.jamcollsurg.2012.12.052, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect 31. Does Satisfaction With Family-Friendly Programs Reduce Turnover? A Panel Study Conducted in U.S. Federal Agencies. Full Text Available Academic Journal (includes abstract) Caillier, James Gerard; Public Personnel Management, Sep2016; 45(3): 284-307. 24p. (Article) ISSN: 0091-0260, Database: CINAHL with Full Text Subjects: Personnel Turnover; Job Satisfaction; Government Agencies United States; Employee Assistance Programs; Male; Female HTML Full Text PDF Full Text • 32. Stocking up: Executive optimism, option exercise, and share retention Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Sen, Rik; Tumarkin, Robert. In Journal of Financial Economics. November 2015 118(2):399-430 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.jfineco.2015.08.001, Database: ScienceDirect Full Text from ScienceDirect • 33. A Process Model of Organizational Turnover: The Relationship with Job Security as a Case in Point. Full Text Available Academic Journal By: Greenhalgh, Leonard. Academy of Management Review. Apr1980, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p299-303. 5p. 1 Diagram. DOI: 10.5465/AMR.1980.4288769. , Database: Business Source Complete Subjects: Job satisfaction; Labor turnover; Occupations; Economic security; Job security; Layoffs; Employee recruitment; Employment interviewing; Decision making; Turnover (Business); Administration of Human Resource Programs (except Education, Public Health, and Veterans' Affairs Programs); Human Resources Consulting Services PDF Full Text (4MB) • 34. Security Management Standards: A Mapping Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Haufe, Knut; Colomo-Palacios, Ricardo; Dzombeta, Srdan; Brandis, Knud; Stantchev, Vladimir. In International Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems/International Conference on Project MANagement/International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies, CENTERIS/ProjMAN / HCist 2016, Procedia Computer Science. 2016 100:755-761 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2016.09.221, Database: ScienceDirect • 35. Blended Families: Initial Steps to Security and Privacy Collaboration. Full Text Available Academic Journal By: Buckler, Grace. ISSA Journal. Feb2017, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p12-19. 7p. , Database: International Security & Counter Terrorism Reference Center Subjects: DATA security; COMPUTERS & privacy; RISK management in business; INFORMATION resources management; SECURITY management PDF Full Text (1.4MB) • 36. An Empirical Study of Information Security Management Success Factors Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Mazlina Zammani; Rozilawati Razali. In: International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Vol 6, Iss 6, Pp 904-913 (2016); Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development (INSIGHT), 2016. Language: English, Database: Directory of Open Access Journals Subjects: Information Security Management; Information Security; Success Factors; Science (General); Science View record in DOAJ • 37. Human centric security policy and management design for small and medium business. Full Text Available Academic Journal By: Kim, Yanghoon; Chang, Hangbae. Security & Communication Networks. Oct2014, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p1622-1632. 11p. DOI: 10.1002/sec.814. , Database: International Security & Counter Terrorism Reference Center Subjects: INFORMATION networks -- Security measures; INDUSTRIES -- Security measures; SMALL business; LEAKS (Disclosure of information); SUSTAINABILITY PDF Full Text (926KB) • 38. Dynamic security management for real-time embedded applications in industrial networks Detail Only Available Academic Journal By Jiang, Wei; Ma, Yue; Sang, Nan; Zhong, Ziguo. In Computers and Electrical Engineering. January 2015 41:86-101 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.compeleceng.2014.10.002, Database: ScienceDirect • 39. Overlapping Values, Mutual Prejudices: Empirical Research into the Ethos of Police Officers and Private Security Guards Detail Only Available Academic Journal van Steden, R; van der Wal, Z; Lasthuizen, K. ADMINISTRATION & SOCIETY; APR, 2015; 47; 3; p220-p243, Database: Social Sciences Citation Index Subjects: public administration; public values; professional values; police officers; private security guards; job motivations; SECTOR EMPLOYEES; MANAGERS; WORK; PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Times Cited in Web of Science℠: (2) • 40. Citizen confidence in private security guards in Portugal. Detail Only Available Academic Journal By: Moreira, Samuel; Cardoso, Carla; Nalla, Mahesh K.. European Journal of Criminology, Mar2015, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p208-225, 18p. Publisher: Sage Publications, Ltd.., Database: Complementary Index Subjects: PORTUGAL; Security Guards and Patrol Services; Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths); CITIZEN attitudes; CONFIDENCE; PRIVATE police; PRIVATE security services; CRIME prevention; PROFESSIONALISM ...

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